Homepak by Russ Wetmore, including Hometext, HomeFind and Hometerm. From Batteries Included software. Homepak by Batteries Included, was an integrated application for the Commodore 64, Apple II and Atari 8-bit personal computers.
Homepak combined word-processor, database and communications modules into one application. Homepak was developed in 1984 by Russ Wetmore for Star Systems Software, Inc. The Commodore 128 version was ported by Sean M. Puckett and Scott S. Smith. Homepak was implemented in the Action! programming language.
Imagine a program that gives your computer the power of full word processing, but as easy to use as a typewriter. A program that stores and retrieves any type of information and that understands real English commands. A program that enables your computer to talk over a telephone to other computers around the world.
HomePak - featuring three of the most needed personal productivity tools; all for the incredible price of $49.95 US.
Imagine word processing with HomeText, information management with HomeFind, telecommunications with HomeTerm.
Simple enough for the first time user, but with the features and flexibility demanded by the experienced user.